What to expect:
- MoMa Museum, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Rockefeller Center, Chrysler Building
- Saks Fifth Avenue Christmas display during the holiday season
- Sub-neighborhood: Turtle Bay
Whether you’re showing around out of town visitors, or exploring the neighborhood yourself, Midtown East has plenty to do and see. Located at E 59th street to 5th avenue, and E 42nd Street bordering the East River. Grand Central Station brings the commercial hub alive, commuting thousands of people into the area for work due to its central location. Residentially, Midtown East is home to luxury high rises with doormen and historic townhouses surrounded by the city’s historically high skyscrapers. You’ll also have easy access to Queens through the Queensboro Bridge and Roosevelt Island tram.
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